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SANTIAGO | Titanium La Portada Tower | 195m | 55 fl | Com
This mixed use tower will be the tallest building of Santiago, with its 52 floors and 181 mts.
height, approved by the district urban department of Las Condes, its construction works has
begun at first days of January 2006...
The project was designed by the architect Abraham Senerman, for the holding
group ASL and Bethia group...
The main characteristic of this project is that it will become the Chile's tallest, surpassing to
historical buildings as "Entel Tower", the "Marriot Hotel" and the "Telefónica" tower, that with its
spire reaches a height of 140 metres.
Scale model of the tower and height diagram of Santiago's tallest
The tower will be located among five important avenues of las Condes district: Vitacura, El Bosque, Isidora
Goyenechea, Costanera Andrés Bello and Presidente Riesco.
Thanks to Araucano, Pablo Ateaga, delmaule, Dämon des Bösen, chilean forumers...
Renders: seen from Vitacura avenue and Panoramic view
Low quality renders
View from Vitacura
View from Millenium building
Platform of old La Portada's building, closed for demolition
2 Pictures taken by me
Pictures taken by Pablo Ateaga
Here is a newspaper image of this project:
(La Tercera news)
Last edited by Javier; February 1st, 2006 at 01:25 AM.
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